Identifying how events and people have shaped their schools or towns (e.g., How does life change when one moves to a different town?).
Students connect the past with the present by
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Describing ways that life in the community and Vermont has both changed and stayed the same over time (e.g., general stores and shopping centers).
Recognizing that neighborhood spaces are defined by boundaries – yard, playground, sidewalk, roads.
Differentiating among fact, opinion, and interpretation in various events.
Examining how events, people, problems and ideas have shaped the community and Vermont (e.g., Ann Story’s role in the American Revolution).
Identifying how events and people have shaped their families (e.g., How does life change when one starts school?).